Development Applications

The following applications have been made to Council seeking approval for the developments listed below. Before Council makes any decision on the application, comments are invited from the public.

The development applications and plans may be inspected online at eplanning.liverpool.nsw.gov.au or via the computers at Council’s Customer Service Centre, located on the Ground floor, 33 Moore Street, Liverpool.

DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL

The following application is on 14 days public exhibition period from Wednesday 13 January 2021 – Wednesday 27 January 2021:

Proposal

The construction of a new warehouse development comprising of 42 units with ancillary office mezzanine, parking and landscaped areas and associated strata subdivision

Applicant

Nash Group Developments

Property

LOT 23A DP 17311

61 Governor Macquarie Drive, Chipping Norton

Assessing Officer

Peter Oriehov 02 8711 7659

Consent authority

Liverpool City Council

Council reference

DA-856/2020

If you wish to make a submission on any advertised development proposal, your submission,

quoting Council’s reference and setting out reasons for any objection, should be posted to:

The Chief Executive Officer
Liverpool City Council Locked Bag 7064
Liverpool BC NSW 1871

Or your submission can be lodged online at eplanning.liverpool.nsw.gov.au or emailed to: lcc@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

The lodging of a submission with Council is voluntary. However, if you do not choose to lodge a submission, your views may not be taken into account by Council regarding the matter in which you are interested.

Please note that information collected by Council regarding development applications and associated documents, including submissions relating to development applications, is open access information that can be obtained by members of the public under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. However, in accordance with Guideline 3 issued by the Information and Privacy Commissioner, Council will not publish any personal information relating to development applications, including any personal details contained within public submissions, on Council's website.

NSW legislation requires the public disclosure of donations or gifts when a person is lodging or commenting on a development proposal. (Refer to Council’s website or contact Council for a copy of the relevant disclosure form.)

A person making a public submission in relation to a development application lodged with Council must disclose any reportable political donation or gift made in the previous two years (and up to the time the matter is determined) to anyone by that person or any associate of that person including:

  • All reportable political donations made to any Councillor (A reportable political donation, being for an amount of or above $1,000, includes any donation made at the time the person was a candidate for election to Council.)
  • All gifts made to any Councillor or staff member of Council. (A gift includes a gift of money or the provision of any other valuable thing or service for no consideration or inadequate consideration.)

Please note that information collected by Council regarding development applications and associated documents, including submissions relating to development applications, is open access information that can be obtained by members of the public under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. However, in accordance with Guideline 3 issued by the Information and Privacy Commissioner, Council will not publish any personal information relating to development applications, including any personal details contained within public submissions, on Council's website.